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Chinese Lang

A long, belt-like structure, Lang, the covered corridor is a roofed passage usually with low railings and long side benches. It not only adds beauty of the surrounding scenery but also plays a useful role by providing people with shade from the sun and protection from the rain. The Chinese Lang can be divided into [...]

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Written Slips of Qin

Qinjian(Written Slips of Qin) is the collective name for the presently available literature from the Qin State in the Warring States Period (475-221BC) and from the subsequent Qin Dynasty (221-206BC). At that time, paper had not been invented yet and bamboo and wood slips were used for writing. The discovery of Qinjian is greatly important [...]

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The Tiger King

Few people have as big a passion for wildlife as Tiger Wang, who has dedicated his entire life to exploring the world for interesting and exciting animals, especially his favorite – tiger. He has received an extra ordinary amount of acclaim for his lifelike depictions of these animals, and has displayed his work at exhibitions [...]

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